Walther PPQ M2 Kydex Holsters
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About Kydex Holsters for Walther PPQ M2
Choosing the right Kydex holster for Walther PPQ M2 is not a simple task, so you should better bet on craftsmanship and quality that is proven by years. With quality holster, you can rely on your self-defense setup in every situation and your gun will have a safe shelter for a lifetime. Our offer includes 9 Walther PPQ M2 Kydex concealed carry and duty holsters from traditional European holster producers, known for their quality materials and hand crafted manufacture. Holsters above are made of high quality thermoplastic Kydex material and they are resistant to dirt, scratches, rough use and weather conditions, while holding its shape for safe use forever. Walther PPQ M2 Kydex holsters are custom made for this gun model for perfect fit and smooth draw and allows you to wear your gun in comfortable and safety way. You can choose between IWB, OWB, Ankle, Cross Draw, Drop Leg, Duty, Light & Laser, Magazine & Ammo, Molle, Paddle, Shoulder and Small of Back holster designs for Walther PPQ M2. See all holster designs for Walther PPQ M2.
About Walther PPQ M2
The Walther company has been a name immediately recognized by many firearm enthusiasts worldwide for almost 130 years. From the P1 model to the PPK, P38, PPQ and currently the CCP, the Walther is a leader in firearms that last a lifetime.
This company was founded by Carl Walther in Zella-Mehlis, in what was then Hesse but is today Thuringia in 1886. The Walther's first attempt was model 6 at a 9mm Luger ammunition. It used blowback rather than a locked breech and also proved unsuccessful, with only around 1,000 made. They began to make the popular police pistols or PP models in 1929. In 1931 it was followed by the first of the PPK's Police Pistol Detective Model. Both the PP and the PPK's were produced in .22 Long Rifle, .32 ACP calibers what is now the most common caliber, .380 ACP and a very small number in .25 ACP caliber. Its factory was destroyed by the World War II and Zella-Mehlis in Soviet-occupied East Germany, the Walther was reduced to just a collection of patents and designs. However Fritz Walther started manufacturing in Ulm, West Germany in 1953.
The company resumed production of the P38 and renamed the P1 in 1957 in order to equip the new West German Army. In December 1966 when Fritz Walther died, his son, Karl-Heinz, took over the company, that then concentrated on the sports sector and the introduction of new progressive technologies. The Walther was acquired in 1993 by the Umarex of Arnsberg, who continued to produce under the brand Walther in Ulm and Arnsberg, Germany.
The Walther PPQ M2 is a variant introduced at the 2013 Shot Show by the newly formed Walther Arms Inc. It has the same features as the standard PPQ with the sole exception that the ambidextrous magazine release levers incorporated into the bottom of the trigger guard have been omitted and replaced by a thumb release push-button located behind the bottom of the trigger guard. For left-handed use the magazine release push-button is reversible.
Additionally, the PPQ M2 magazines are not compatible with the original PPQ magazines.
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